After a tidy 3-2 victory over the Rochester Americans on Friday, the Abbotsford Heat saw their seven-game point streak snapped with a 5-0 loss to the Toronto Marl-ies on Sunday.
Despite the loss, Abbotsford (10-2-1-2) remains in top spot in the North Division with 23 points.
In Friday's action, Leland Irving was superb in his third start of the year and Ben Street extended his point streak to five games. Paul Byron scored the game winner on his first goal of the season.
After the Americans opened the scoring, Quintin Laing tied the game for the Heat in the second period with his third goal of the season.
The goal was assisted by Ben Street, who is now tied for second in team scoring with 13 points.
Sven Baertschi's sixth goal of the season came at 13: 36 of the second period. Ben Walter and Roman Horak drew assists on the play. The Heat led 2-1 through two periods.
The Americans tied the game on their fifth power play in the third before Abbotsford's Byron scored the game winner at 8: 42 of the third period. Brady Lamb and Krys Kolanos drew assists.
Irving topped 36 of 38 shots.
The Americans outshot the Heat by a 38-21 margin.
On Sunday, Irving started for the second straight game, and had 19 saves on 24 shots.
Ben Scrivens stopped all 24 Heat shots to earn the shutout. The Heat had not been shutout this season prior to Sunday's contest.
The Heat now travel to Texas for games against the Texas Stars, San Antonio Rampage and Houston Aeros on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
They return home to play the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens) on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at the AESC.